Temperature - math word problems

Number of problems found: 84

  • The temperature
    teplomer_26 The temperature at 1:00 was 10 F. Between 1:00 and 2:00, the temperature dropped 15F. Between 2:00 and 3:00, the temperature rose 3F. What is the temperature at 3:00?
  • The temperature 9
    teplomer_1 The temperature at 9 a. M. is 2 degrees. The temperature rises 3 more degrees by noon. Which expression describes the temperature at noon? Calculate the new temperature value.
  • Temperature increase
    teplomer_19 If the temperature at 9:am is 50 degrees. What is the temperature at 5:00pm if the temperature increases 4 degrees Fahrenheit each hour?
  • The temperature 4
    teplomer The temperature was very cold, then it doubled, then it dropped 10 degrees, and then it increased by 40 degrees. The temperature is now 16 degrees. What was the starting temperature?
  • The temperature 8
    teplomer The temperature on Monday was –6°C. On Tuesday the temperature was 3 degrees lower. Write down the temperature on Tuesday.
  • Outdoor temperature
    teplomer_1 The outdoor temperature was 8 degrees at midnight. The temperature declined 5 degrees during each of the next 3 hours. What was the temperature at 3am?
  • Temperature variations
    teplomer Today's temperature was 80 degrees, and then the temperature dropped 10 degrees. Then it dropped 15 degrees again, then the next day, the temperature went up 2 degrees. What would the temperature be?
  • Temperature 5
    teplomer_14 Temperature outside starts at 0 Fahrenheit. Over time the temperature changes at a rate of -0.6 Fahrenheit per hour. How long will it take for the temperature to reach -4.5 Fahrenheit?
  • The temperature 11
    teplomer_1 The temperature at midmorning was 31°C. Early in the evening, the temperature dropped by 5°C. What was the resulting temperature?
  • Change in temperature
    teplomer Starting temperature is 21°C, the highest temperature is 32°C. What is the change in temperature?
  • Temperature change 2
    teplomer The outside temperature changed -14F over 4 hours. If the temperature changed the same amount each hour, what was the change in temperature each hour?
  • The temperature 2
    teplomer The temperature of Siberia fell13 degrees below 2/3 degrees centigrad. What is the temperature there now?
  • Temperature change 3
    teplomer At 2 p. M. The temperature was 76 degrees Fahrenheit. At 8 p. M. The temperature was 58 degrees Fahrenheit. What was the change in temperature?
  • Temperature rise and fall
    teplomer_2 On Friday, the temperature was 82°F. The temperature changed by –2°F on Saturday, and then it changed by 5°F on Sunday. What was the temperature on Sunday? How did the temperature change? Note we consider the mathematical problem formulated in this way to
  • The temperature 5
    mountain The temperature at 4pm was 53° Fahrenheit the temperature dropped 3° each hour from 4pm to 9pm which equation below accurately represents the temperature at 9pm
  • Freezer
    teplomer The temperature is -8 degrees Celsius in the freezer. The outside temperature is 2 degrees Celsius. One minute took to change the temperature by one degree Celsius if we open the door. How many minutes the temperature in the freezer will rise?
  • Temperature 2
    teplomer_4 Sunday's high temperature was 3 degrees higher than Saturday's. On Monday, the temperature fell 5 degrees, then rose 7 degrees on Tuesday and 4 more on Wednesday. Then it fell 17 degrees to a record low of 31 on Thursday. What was the temperature on Satur
  • Temperature conversion
    teplomer_12 The normal human body temperature is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. What is the temperature in degrees Celcius?
  • The temperature 6
    teplomer The temperature was 47°F on Thursday and 60°F on Friday. How much did the temperature rise?
  • The outdoor
    teplomer The outdoor temperature was 60 degrees Fahrenheit at midnight. The temperature went down 3 degrees each hour for the next 4 hours. What was the temperature at 4 A. M. ?

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